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Twitter Notepad: For Memos With 140 Characters or Less

If I’m ever in charge of a department, I’m so going to send memos to everyone in the office on this stationary, reminding them that they are prohibited from tweeting at the office. Especially during a fire. Take that corporate! I owe a debt of gratitude to designer César Santiago for this piece of genius. You can make your own Twitter Notepad ...

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Recycle Your Old Netflix Envelopes By Making Your Own Paper

As a Netflix subscriber for well over three years now, it hurts my little ole heart thinking about all the poor trees which were killed, processed and then trashed for the sake of me receiving movies. Why didn’t I think of a way to recycle the envelopes before this? Enough dwelling in the past, Andrew. Let’s look to the future! The glorious ...

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Human Body Parts Now Being Used To Transmit Broadband Data

If tubes, wires and air data isn’t enough to wrap your fleshy human mass around, Researchers at Korea University in Seoul have successfully accomplished something that might change the world, but probably won’t. They’ve successfully transmitted broadband data through a human arm at speeds up to 10 mb/s. The data is transferred using two electrodes placed on their skin 30 centimetres apart, ...

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Surprised SXSW Audience: A Live Homage to Surprised Kitty

Damian Kulash from the band OK Go, no slouches at creating viral video in their own right, had some fun with the crowd during a panel on creating viral videos at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Kulash encouraged the crowd to participate in this homage to Surprised Kitty. If you don’t remember Surprised Kitty, you can see the video after the ...

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In Case of Fire: DO NOT USE TWITTER!

Thank God for this sign because lord knows that if a fire were to break out, twittering about it would naturally be my first reaction. I know my priorities. Well… no matter. My shoes will do the tweeting for me. Link

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Chatroulette Meets Google Maps In Chatroulette Map Mash-Up

Even though your identity and location remain anonymous when using the actual Chatroulette service, the CR site actually employs the use of IPs to assist in connecting random individuals. Using the power of IP location technology and mashing it all up with Google Maps, Chatroulette Map grabs a screenshot of the user and pastes their mug on the map based ...

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Movies That Don’t Exist (But Should)

While Hollywood chugs away at making a movie for every board game and sub-8-bit video game that ever existed (I’ve even heard titters of movies based on Pong and Monopoly), there are so many film opportunities out there that would actually make sense… or at least cause an extreme amount of LOLz. Take The Legend of Zelda for instance. That’s just prime ...

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Plumbing No More: Mario and Luigi Are Now In The Restaurant Business

Spotted using Google Street View, apparently after saving the princess Mario and Luigi retired from the plumbing biz, sick and tired of crawling through pipes no doubt, and decided to open their own restaurants. Mario’s is a bakery and Luigi’s serves pizza, kebobs and burgers. So if you think about it, they aren’t even really competing. They’re pretty complimentary of ...

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Music Video Made Using Chatroulette

These days, if you want to be a successful scene band, you’ve gotta have a dedicated online following. And it seems there is a new internet star on the rise. Meet I AM UN CHIEN !!, an alt metal band hellbent on creating a work of art using nothing but their musical chops and a little help from the random webcam social ...

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Bottled Ghosts Delivered Straight To Your Door

While the legality of buying and selling ghosts seems dubious at best (the Ghostbusters would have been rich!), this auction site doesn’t seem to have an issue with the paranormal trade. Extra! Extra! Two spirits for sale! We have had no activity since they were bottled on July 15th 2009 . So i believe they are in the bottles. They ...

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